Best Practice: Saxony in Dialogue

Can we still have a conversation with each other? We all want to be heard, but are not always prepared to listen? The social climate of conversation seems poisoned, dialogue increasingly turns into discord; hatred and agitation often dominate the discourse. In this short video, the project “Saxony in Dialogue” is presented by its initiator Conny Reichelt. Through encounters …

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David Mchedlidze
Georgia

Originally from Rustavi, David initially worked as an engineer at the local metallurgical plant before the disintegration of the Soviet Union and subsequently became a journalist. From 1983 he was involved in underground dissident activities and distributed illegal literature. David was arrested several times by the KGB and actively participated in mass protest movements in …

David Mchedlidze
Georgia
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Sofia Savelava
Belarus

Originally from Minsk, Sofia currently lives in Warsaw. Before the end of the Soviet Union she worked as a teacher and guidance counsellor and is now an expert and consultant in the field of education. Sofia participated in charitable relief efforts after the Chornobyl disaster, as well as in educational reform programs in the 1990s.

Svetlana Koroleva
Belarus

Originally from Minsk, before the collapse of the USSR Svetlana was the director of the student philharmonic orchestra at the Institute of Culture. Svetlana was also a co-founder of the “Alternative Cinema” club. She is a witness to the emergence of the first civil society structures in Belarus.